History YMMV / TheSopranos

23rd Aug '16 9:12:15 AM AHI-3000
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** Any fat joke (either towards Ginny Sack or Tony) because their portrayers, Denise Borino-Quinn and James Gandolfini, respectfully died in real life in a matter of 2 years, 7 months, 23 days.

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** Any fat joke (either towards Ginny Sack or Tony) Tony, because their portrayers, respective actors, Denise Borino-Quinn and James Gandolfini, respectfully both died from health complications in real life in a matter of 2 years, 7 months, 23 days.middle age.



* HeReallyCanAct: John Heard is best known as the dad from ''HomeAlone'' or the RomanticFalseLead from ''Film/{{Big}}.'' However, his arc as DirtyCop Vin Makazian in Season 1 is heartbreaking and even earned him an Emmy nomination.

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* HeReallyCanAct: John Heard is best known as the dad from ''HomeAlone'' ''Film/HomeAlone'' or the RomanticFalseLead from ''Film/{{Big}}.'' ''Film/{{Big}}''. However, his arc as DirtyCop Vin Makazian in Season 1 is heartbreaking and even earned him an Emmy nomination.



** Ask a room full of TV connoisseurs which is the greatest TV series of all time: ''Series/TheSopranos'', ''Series/TheWire'', or ''Series/BreakingBad''. [[{{Schmuck Bait}} Go on. Ask.]]

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** Ask a room full of TV connoisseurs which is the greatest (crime drama) TV series of all time: ''Series/TheSopranos'', ''Series/TheWire'', or ''Series/BreakingBad''. [[{{Schmuck Bait}} Go on. Ask.]]
16th Aug '16 4:39:26 PM DarthHowie
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* WriterCopOut: As is often the case with a story with NoEnding, many viewers view the end of the series as David Chase simply not wanting to commit to a decisive end to the series and giving us nothing instead.
11th Aug '16 6:51:50 AM JC96
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** Did David Chase ended the show that way to gain a [[ItWasHisSled typical audience reaction?]] Or was it an intentional "screw-you" to the fans. [[labelnote:Explanation]] As an entry in "Misaimed Fandom, it was dicussed quote-on-quote "David Chase, creator of The Sopranos has spoken out against the many viewers who would cheer Tony on, stating that he was written to be an unlikable, hypocritical character. And, you know, a murderous gangster.
And then, when those same viewers began calling for Tony's death during the show's final season, he got really frustrated, giving an absolutely scathing statement that basically said that rooting for a despicable criminal for six years and then arbitrarily deciding that it's now time for "justice" is completely absurd."[[/labelnote]]

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** Did David Chase ended the show that way to gain a [[ItWasHisSled typical audience reaction?]] Or was it an intentional "screw-you" to the fans. [[labelnote:Explanation]] As an entry in "Misaimed Fandom, it was dicussed quote-on-quote "David Chase, creator of The Sopranos has spoken out against the many viewers who would cheer Tony on, stating that he was written to be an unlikable, hypocritical character. And, you know, a murderous gangster.
gangster. And then, when those same viewers began calling for Tony's death during the show's final season, he got really frustrated, giving an absolutely scathing statement that basically said that rooting for a despicable criminal for six years and then arbitrarily deciding that it's now time for "justice" is completely absurd."[[/labelnote]]
11th Aug '16 6:51:19 AM JC96
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** Did David Chase ended the show that way for [[ItWasHisSled that type of audience reaction?]] Or was it an intentional "screw-you" to the fans. [[labelnote:Explanation]] As an entry in "Misaimed Fandom, it was dicussed quote-on-quote "David Chase, creator of The Sopranos has spoken out against the many viewers who would cheer Tony on, stating that he was written to be an unlikable, hypocritical character. And, you know, a murderous gangster.

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** Did David Chase ended the show that way for to gain a [[ItWasHisSled that type of typical audience reaction?]] Or was it an intentional "screw-you" to the fans. [[labelnote:Explanation]] As an entry in "Misaimed Fandom, it was dicussed quote-on-quote "David Chase, creator of The Sopranos has spoken out against the many viewers who would cheer Tony on, stating that he was written to be an unlikable, hypocritical character. And, you know, a murderous gangster.
11th Aug '16 6:50:12 AM JC96
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** Did David Chase ended the show that way for [[ItWasHisSled that type of audience reaction?]] Or was it an intentional "screw-you" to the fans. [[labelnote:Explanation]] As an entry in "Misaimed Fandom, it was dicussed quote-on-quote "David Chase, creator of The Sopranos has spoken out against the many viewers who would cheer Tony on, stating that he was written to be an unlikable, hypocritical character. And, you know, a murderous gangster.
And then, when those same viewers began calling for Tony's death during the show's final season, he got really frustrated, giving an absolutely scathing statement that basically said that rooting for a despicable criminal for six years and then arbitrarily deciding that it's now time for "justice" is completely absurd."[[/labelnote]]
30th Jun '16 6:19:47 PM TimeLordVictorious
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** Ask a room full of TV connoisseurs which is the greatest TV series of all time: ''Series/TheSopranos'', ''Series/TheWire'', or ''Series/BreakingBad''. Go on. Ask.

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** Ask a room full of TV connoisseurs which is the greatest TV series of all time: ''Series/TheSopranos'', ''Series/TheWire'', or ''Series/BreakingBad''. [[{{Schmuck Bait}} Go on. Ask.]]
29th May '16 8:16:56 AM Silverblade2
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* FunnyAneurysmMoment: An argument about an Army career for A.J., before TheWarOnTerror.

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* FunnyAneurysmMoment: FunnyAneurysmMoment:
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An argument about an Army career for A.J., before TheWarOnTerror.



** Any fat joke (either towards Ginny Sack or Tony) because their portrayers, Denise Borino-Quinn and James Gandolfini, respectfully died in real life in a matter of 2 years, 7 months, 23 days.



** Any fat joke (either towards Ginny Sack or Tony) because their portrayers, Denise Borino-Quinn and James Gandolfini, respectfully died in real life in a matter of 2 years, 7 months, 23 days.
28th May '16 3:01:35 PM jboone93
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* Any fat joke (either towards Ginny Sack or Tony) because their portrayers, Denise Borino-Quinn and James Gandolfini, respectfully died in real life in a matter of 2 years, 7 months, 23 days.

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* ** Any fat joke (either towards Ginny Sack or Tony) because their portrayers, Denise Borino-Quinn and James Gandolfini, respectfully died in real life in a matter of 2 years, 7 months, 23 days.
14th May '16 9:24:32 AM JC96
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* Any fat joke (either towards Ginny Sack or Tony) because their portrayers, Denise Borino-Quinn and James Gandolfini, respectfully died in real life in a matter of 2 years, 7 months, 23 days.
12th May '16 9:10:18 AM jboone93
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** "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CWUW2Vcb_-k Woke Up This Morning]]" by Alabama 3, a song whose tone and lyrics are so perfectly suited to the show that you'll be astonished it wasn't composed for it.

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** "[[http://www."[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CWUW2Vcb_-k com/watch?v=nW3LikcBL68 Woke Up This Morning]]" by Alabama 3, a song whose tone and lyrics are so perfectly suited to the show that you'll be astonished it wasn't composed for it.
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